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de Nobili Dining Hall will reopen to students Dec. 8, Heather Dotchel, a spokesperson for Aramark — the company which runs Loyola Dining — confirmed in an email to The Phoenix. This comes after de …

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Mareez Saad was eating lunch in Loyola’s De Nobili Dining Hall in October when she found a shard of glass in her salad. “I didn’t see it and I bit down, and thought, ‘Woah this …

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“Culturally important” is just one of the ways Martin Berg, an aquatic ecologist and professor at Loyola, would describe his lab’s research.  Berg’s research dives into the depths of examining the impact of invasive species …

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As a part of continued efforts to further sustainability efforts at the university, Loyola was represented at the United Nations Climate Change Conference (COP26) and recently committed to the Vatican’s Seven Year Journey for Integral …

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When was the last time you checked out a book from Loyola’s library? For some this might be a frequent practice. Others, such as Shay Kahn, haven’t grabbed a book off the shelves since taking …

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Researchers announced Nov. 26 the discovery of a new COVID-19 strain called the Omicron variant. First detected mid-November in South Africa, cases have been popping up across Europe, parts of southern Africa, East Asia and …

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Three white men were found guilty of murder and other charges and are all facing life in prison for the fatal shooting of Ahmaud Arbery, a 25-year-old Black man, in Brunswick, Georgia on Feb. 23, …

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Loyola announced changes to shuttle buses, 8- Ride services and COVID testing hours in light of Thanksgiving break, which begins Nov. 24.  Starting Nov. 24 COVID-19 surveillance testing at all campus locations will be closed. …